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The ClipArt Directory: Microsoft provides an abundance of clip art images, icons, backgrounds, and wizards to help you create professional looking Web pages. At times, however, you may want to venture onto the Internet to find more resources. Many sites exist online for you to download free clip art and other Web page resources.

Explore the Internet to discover at least two additional sites (other than Microsoft) that offer clipart, either free or for a price. If you have real world or hobby experience with clipart sites, include them as part of the minimum two sites and write about the reason(s) why you use these sites. If you haven't used clipart before, search for two sites and provide at least one example for use of each site in a practical way. Include the type of clipart found at your sites, including categories or special interest areas for the site.

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** If you haven't used clipart before, search for two sites and provide at least one example for use of each site in a
practical way. Include the type of clipart found at your sites, including categories or special interest areas for the site:

CLIP ART SITES:

(1) Google Images: http://images.google.com/imghp?tab=wi

I chose the Google Images site first because it is the most comprehensible on the web. Google simply is the best with an infinite number of images (both for sale and free), plus they have an "Advanced Search" feature here: http://www.google.com/advanced_image_search

Users may search using the following parameters:

related to all of the words ______ (for example: search related to animals)
related to the exact phrase ______
related to any of the ...

Solution Summary

This solution provides step-by-step explanations to find ClipArt on the internet with links to multiple websites.

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